Cranbrook's First St. Mary's Catholic Church : 0014.0074
0014.0074: Cranbrook's First St. Mary's Catholic Church
The first St. Mary's Catholic Church in Cranbrook was opened for service September 17th, 1899. It was constructed on two lots on Norbury Avenue and seated 72 people. A tower and organ loft were added in 1900. It was replaced in 1927 by the present brick structure.
Medium: Photograph - Image
Collection: Columbia Basin Institute (0014)
Subjects:Cities Cranbrook Churches Catholic
Cities Cranbrook Street Names Norbury Avenue
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